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October 24, 2014

Felicity Huffman Says Farewell to 'Desperate Housewives'

Sunday nights aren't going to be the same without Lynette, Gaby, Bree and Susan, but fans have one more season of craziness on 'Desperate Housewives' (Season 8 premieres Sun., Sept. 25, 9PM ET on ABC). In last season's cliffhanger, the women of Wisteria Lane had entered another conspiracy together, covering up the murder of Gaby's evil stepfather. But there's an even greater challenge facing...

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A Farewell (For Now) To 'All My Children'

The 'All My Children' scrapbook is closing. After a 41-year run, the series will broadcast its final episode today on ABC. Created by Agnes Nixon, the serial debuted on January 5, 1970 and, from the beginning, blended social issues with a diverse cast of multi-generational characters set in the fictional town of Pine Valley. Late soap opera historian Christopher Schemering called Nixon in...

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'All My Children': 10 Most Memorable Moments

'All My Children' has provided millions of viewers with thousands of memorable moments during its 41-year run on ABC. Since the show's inception in 1970, characters like Tad, Brooke, Adam, Marian, Liza, Ryan, Jake, Natalie, Krystal, Bianca and many, many others have had viewers loving to love them then loving to hate them from week to week. Then there's the most memorable 'AMC' character of...

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Brenda Strong Talks 'Desperate Housewives' Ending & 'Dallas' Getting a New Beginning

Brenda Strong -- best known to TV viewers as Mary Alice Young, the sage voice of 'Desperate Housewives' occasionally seen in flashbacks -- is doing double duty. She's shooting the last season of 'DH' while also filming her role as Ann Ewing, Bobby's wife in the new 'Dallas' series set to debut on TNT next July. Strong recently spoke to AOL TV about how she'll manage to do both shows and...

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'DWTS' Backstage Report: Ron Artest Talks About Exiting, Will Chaz and Lacey Dance to a Cher Song?

It bites having to leave 'Dancing With the Stars,' especially when you enjoy being there as much as Ron Artest did. But the pro basketball player focused on the positive after host Tom Bergeron announced on last night's results show that Artest and pro partner Peta Murgatroyd would be the first couple to leave Season 13. Artest is a lesson to us all in having to embrace a change that we...

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Is the Rivalry Between Maksim and Val Chmerkovskiy on 'Dancing With the Stars' Real?

Forget about rivalries between celebrities on this season of 'Dancing With the Stars' -- there's definitely a sense of competition between Maksim Chmerkovskiy and his kid brother Val, who's one of the show's new pro dancers. Val showed that the gloves (or rather the shirts) are off when he made his entrance on last night's premiere by descending the stairs bare-chested. Prior to dancing the...

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'DWTS' Backstage Report: Who's Going Home First? Also, Julianne Hough is Returning!

It's difficult to predict just who's going to be eliminated on tonight's results show of 'Dancing With the Stars.' The scores ranged from 14 for pro basketball player Ron Artest (a.k.a. Metta World Peace) to 22 each for singer Chynna Phillips and 'All My Children' actor J.R. Martinez. Since Artest's pro partner, Peta Murgatroyd, is also new to the show it's not like she's bringing in a lot...

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'America's Got Talent' Backstage Report: Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Wins!

Cliché as it sounds, there were only winners on last night's 'America's Got Talent' Season 6 finale. Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., as judge Howie Mandel accurately predicted on Tuesday's performance show, won the competition and the show's $1 million prize. "I am the great predictor," Mandel quips. Dance group Silhouettes came in second. Dance group Team iLuminate was third. Rock band...

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'America's Got Talent' Backstage Report: Is Piers Morgan Really a Big Softie?

There were technical difficulties during the performance finale of 'America's Got Talent.' Some backstage doors wouldn't open, which prevented stage hands from removing PopLyfe's set and setting the stage for the Silhouettes. Producers filled the air time with a pre-taped video segment featuring past auditions while things were corrected. By the time they were, the video segment showing insight...

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'America's Got Talent' Backstage Report: What the Four Finalists Need to Do in Order to Win

The four acts competing for the $1 million prize in next week's 'America's Got Talent' finals are: Singer Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., music band POPLYFE, and dance groups Silhouette and Team iLuminate. A few weeks ago people were betting that singer Anna Graceman and dance team Miami All-Stars would have been shoo-ins for the finals, but poor choices they made on Tuesday's performance show led...

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